B&B Delle Imperatrici

The B&B Delle Imperatrici is situated in a 17th century building, tastefully renovated in May 2012 maintaining its structural peculiarities.

It is located in the heart of the old town of Andria, a few steps away from the Cathedral and the Doge's Palace and just a few kilometers from Castel del Monte, Trani and Barletta, famous tourist destinations in Apulia.
The B&B is located on a quiet and peaceful alley, very close to restaurants, cafes and central promenades of Corso Cavour and Viale Crispi, interesting shopping areas.

The B&B has air-conditioned rooms and security-monitored parking lot (at the station, 10 minutes walking distance from the B&B). In every room there are a TV and private bath with bidet and shower.
Breakfast is not served at the B&B, but it offers a typical Italian breakfast (croissant and hot drink) at a bar.

The rooms's name refers to the three wives of the charismatic Emperor Frederick II of Swabia: Constance of Aragon, Jolanda of Brienne and Isabella of England.
Frederick II himself nicknamed Andria "Andria Fidelis", in honor of the loyalty received after the excommunication by the Pope on his return from the sixth crusade. The Emperor decided, furthermore, to bury his last two wives in the Cathedral's Crypt of Andria.

The B&B Delle Imperatrici is run by Enza and Roberta, two expert Apulia tourist guides who will advise you on events in the area and about itineraries and places to visit. At the B&B it's possible to book suggestive guided tours.